After having worked on the local radio scope for the music lens, I spent some time with pure python3 code, which made me experiencing a bug in Dee with pygi and python3 (now all fixed in both precise and quantal)
In addition to that, it was the good timing to experiment more seriously some mocking tool for testing the online part of the lens, and so I played with python3-mock, which is a really awesome library dedicated to that purpose.
So here was my playground: an Unity dedicated radio lens! You can search through thousands of online available radios, ordered by categories with some contextual informations based on your current language and your location (Recommended, Top, Near you).
As with most of lenses you can refine any search results with filters. The supported ones are countries, decades and genres. The current track and radio logos are displayed if supported and double clicking any entry should start playing the radio in rhythmbox.
Was a fun experiment and it's now available on quantal for your pleasure ;)
didrocks@tidus:~/work/unity/unity-lens-radios/ubuntu$ nosetests3 ..................................................
Ran 50 tests in 0.164s
 loving the patch decorator!